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Former councilperson and attorney Kristi Fulnecky represents the plaintiff.

Nonprofits and community organizations are the first allowed to submit requests for funds.

The company's net income decreases 28% in the second quarter.

Ireland Architects Inc. is the project architect on a renovation and addition to Lakeland Behavioral Health System.

Olsson Inc. is the civil engineer for a $500 million health care facility on the Fort Leonard Wood Army base that is estimated to serve 34,000 people.

How to navigate through this crisis and prepare for the next.

When the coronavirus pandemic took hold on the local economy, it put business plans to the ultimate test.

Officials caution all public locations are now potential sources of exposure.

After eight hours of public comments, staff presentations and debate, the vote is moved to July 28.

The ICU was completed three months ago.

The report comes ahead of enforcement of Springfield's new face covering ordinance.

Additional testing for the online process is underway, officials say.

Face coverings will be required in public spaces beginning July 16.

MaMa Jean's and Harter House expect growing e-commerce option to exist far beyond pandemic.

Negotiations on another coronavirus relief bill have yet to take place in Washington, D.C., but national agencies representing assisted living operators already have put in a $5 billion ask to the federal government.

Dealers say safer travel options amid COVID-19 are driving the uptick.

The Springfield Double-A team focuses on online creation.

Annual festival organizers cite COVID-19 concerns as the primary reason.

The funding pays for COVID-19 expenses already incurred by the Springfield health system.

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